• 1.Shell

    2035 Highway K

    O Fallon,MO

    6.84 mi

  • 2.Shell

    602 N Main St

    O Fallon,MO

    7.07 mi

  • 3.Shell

    1750 Ofallon Rd

    Saint Charles,MO

    0.97 mi

  • 4.Shell

    1525 Caulks Hill Rd

    Saint Charles,MO

    3.28 mi

  • 5.Shell

    6105 Mexico Rd

    Saint Peters,MO

    4.55 mi

  • 6.Shell

    3401 Harry S Truman Blvd

    Saint Charles,MO

    7.02 mi

  • 7.Shell

    15530 Olive Blvd


    6.83 mi

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By: Rita S.
Waterway Gas & Wash
Young man Zach dingley so nice and polite.very clean soft spoken very business like for such young man not seen much in today's world.
Tips & Advices
Driver can find the cheapest gas prices by using an app to search for the lowest prices in their area.  Some apps such as Gas Guru take note of your location, and provide a list of gas stations nearby, along with the cost of gas currently being sold at each station.
There are things you can do to slightly improve the fuel efficiency of your vehicle. Make sure your car's tires are properly inflated, and treat your engine to regular tune-ups. Check your engine's air filter, since a dirty air filter will compromise fuel economy.
Drivers must shut their engine off before pumping gas because it's illegal to fuel with the engine running, even though this law isn't always aggressively enforced. Pumping gas with the engine running can compromise your safety. When your car's engine is running, it's possible for its catalytic converters to generate heat that could ignite gasoline, and start a fire.
Even though many gas stations have warnings advising you not to use your cell phone while fueling, the chances of cell phones igniting a gasoline vapor fire are extremely remote. However, fires at the gas pump may be caused by static electricity discharge. For safe fueling, it's recommended that you turn off your car's engine and avoid smoking at the pump. Also, you should never re-enter your vehicle while refueling.
Many factors contribute to the lack of uniformity in gas prices. Retailers consider their tax responsibilities when setting gas prices. States place varying taxes on gasoline retailers, and a state with higher taxes will have higher gas prices than a state in which the taxes are lower. Also, if a gas station is located in an especially competitive area, a branded operator may receive wholesale discounts that allow the station to sell gas at a lower price. This is done by brands to keep their gas competitive in tight markets.

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